I quite like the idea of playing Nordlingen. This order of battle was from From Slitherine Forum: Nordlingen After Action Report. I have:
Field of Glory Renaissance
With the release of Renaissance variant of Field of Glory (FoGR) Roland and I have restarted my Thirty Years Warproject. Roland has already painted a Dutch army for me covering the period. He is in the process of painting the Spanish. Meanwhile I’ve been reading the rules and making some notes on the armies.
Army Lists for Field of Glory Renaissance
Fields of Glory Renaissance has a collection of army list books.
30 Years War Starter Armies for Field of Glory Renaissance
I’ve got a Dutch army and the majority of a Spanish army for the 30 Years War (and 80 Years War). The Dutch didn’t fight many open battles during this period so I’m wondering what I can use my existing figures for. That’s what the table below is for.
30 Years’ War Spanish – 600 Point Armies for Field of Glory Renaissance
I’ve got most of the figures necessary for a Spanish army for the 30 Years War and 80 Years War in Field of Glory Renaissance. The Spanish of this period are represented by two army lists in the army list book Wars of Religion: Western Europe 1610-1660: Later Imperial Spanish (1621-59) and Thirty Years’ War Peninsular Spanish (1635-59). Both, of course, have a starter army. The armies are fairly similar but they’re not what I’m looking for. I want an army for the Battle of Rocroi (1643).
What Wargaming Rules to use for the Italian Wars?
Wargaming rules for the Italian Wars. There are a few choices out there. The ones I’ve poked a stick at are: